Easter Menu and Recipes
Rikki Snyder; FiveHeartHome.com

Your Essential Easter Menu: Glazed Ham and Spring’s Freshest Veggies

Originally posted 04/16/2014 06:15PM

Haven’t decided what you’re serving for Easter yet? Better hop to it.
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Carla Hall Vegetarian Eggplant Stir Fry Recipe
Frances Janisch; Ken Arcara/Sipa

Cook from the Book: Carla Hall’s Hot & Sour Eggplant Stir Fry

Originally posted 04/02/2014 01:42PM

For some, “comfort food” has a more global bent — not mac ‘n’ cheese, but moussaka. Nevertheless, home-cooked dishes are something everyone relates to.
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Eveleigh Patatas Bravas
Courtesy Eveleigh

Haute Potato! Make the Spicy Dish from H&M’s Fashion Bash

Originally posted 03/26/2014 02:47PM

Fashion, meet food!
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Mason Jar Salad
Courtesy Pinterest

Bottle Up Spring: How to Make Mason Jar Salads

Originally posted 03/20/2014 05:05PM

After a long winter of too much grilled cheese, creamy soup and hot chocolate, we’re ready to go green — with vegetables, that is.
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Mayim Bialik Challah Bread Recipe
Courtesy Da Capo Press

Bread with a Bang: Mayim Bialik’s Vegan Pretzel Challah

Originally posted 01/28/2014 03:19PM

Jewish or not, who doesn’t love a fluffy piece of challah?
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Eric Riper and Anthony Bourdain at Cayman Cookout
Courtesy Cayman Cookout

We Wish You Were There: Eric Ripert’s Cayman Cookout

Originally posted 01/16/2014 02:45PM

This is not your backyard cookout—unless your backyard happens to be a warm, sandy beach.
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Easy Hummus Recipe
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5-Minute Hummus

Originally posted 12/18/2013 05:00PM

Traditional Hummus
Makes 3 cups

2 (15.5-oz.) cans no-salt-added chickpeas (garbanzo beans), rinsed and drained
2 garlic cloves, crushed
¼ cup tahini (sesame seed paste)
3 tbsp. fresh lemon juice
2 tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil
¾ tsp. salt
¼ tsp. black pepper

Place beans and garlic in a food processor; pulse 5 times or until chopped. Add ½ cup water and remaining ingredients; pulse until smooth, scraping down sides as needed.

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Get Juiced: The Stars’ Favorite Healthy Smoothie Recipes

Originally posted 12/17/2013 01:33PM

After a Birkin bag or a giant pair of sunglasses, a designer veggie drink may be the most sought-after Hollywood accessory.
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Jamie Oliver's Frozen Fruit Smoothie Recipe
Courtesy Jamie Oliver

Jamie Oliver’s Frozen Fruit Smoothie

Originally posted 12/17/2013 01:28PM

Jamie Oliver’s Frozen Fruit Smoothie
Makes 2

1 ripe banana
1 glass (about 8 oz.) frozen fruit
2 heaping tbsp. natural yogurt
1 small handful oats
1 small handful mixed nuts
1 glass (about 8 oz.) soy milk, skim milk or apple juice
honey to taste, optional

1. Peel and slice your banana and put it into a blender with your frozen fruit and the yogurt.

2. Whiz it up and add the oats and nuts.

3. Add the soy milk, skim milk, or apple juice and whiz again, until nice and smooth. If it’s a bit too thick for you, just add a splash more milk or juice and whiz around again.

4. Give it a good stir, then have a taste. Rarely with a frozen fruit smoothie should you need to sweeten it, but if you think it needs a bit of extra sweetness you can add a little honey to taste—you won’t need much.

Venus Williams' Kale Orange Power Smoothie Recipe
Jamba Juice

Venus Williams’ Kale Orange Power Smoothie

Originally posted 12/17/2013 01:25PM

Venus Williams’ Kale Orange Power
Recipe courtesy of Jamba Juice
Makes 1

1 cup of freshly squeezed orange juice
½ cup of fresh kale (washed well) or frozen kale
¼ cup fresh or frozen banana
½ cup of ice (optional)

Add ingredients in above order to blender. Blend until smooth and serve immediately.

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